Noble is introducing its first new model since the launch of the M600 a decade ago — the M500. The M500 is powered by the same 3.5-liter, twin-turbo V6 used in the Ford GT, making 506 horsepower and 594 lb-ft of torque. Owners will be able to row their own gears in what is becoming an automotive rarity — a gated six-speed manual provided by Italian manufacturer Graziano. Continuing with the driver-centric theme, the M500 has no airbags or anti-lock brakes, and the double-wishbone suspension has no electronic trickery. Noble claims a tubular steel frame and glass-reinforced composite body help keep weight down to a minuscule 2,800 pounds. Unfortunately, the M500 is highly unlikely to see American shores when it starts production in 2022.